The Art of Cyanotype
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Join Amanda Clements, Fine Arts professor for Panola College, as we embark on a journey with cyanotype photography. Cyanotype, a historical photographic process renowned for its distinct blue tones, offers a captivating fusion of science and creativity. Join us to uncover the enchantment of crafting cyanotype prints and learn how to seamlessly incorporate this unique technique into your teaching curriculum.
In this immersive workshop, you'll delve into the core principles of cyanotype photography. From selecting and preparing materials to the exposure and development of prints, you'll gain a comprehensive grasp of the entire process. Amanda will guide you through the techniques required to create intricate images that beautifully capture the interplay of light and shadow.
*Region 7 Districts /Charters ($100)
Fine Arts Coop (FREE)
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